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Peter Stiling
Peter Stiling
Professor of Biology, University of South Florida
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How risky is biological control?
D Simberloff, P Stiling
Ecology 77 (7), 1965-1974, 1996
8551996
Ecology: theories and applications
PD Stiling
Prentice Hall, 1996
6901996
Testing the enemy release hypothesis: a review and meta-analysis
H Liu, P Stiling
Biological invasions 8 (7), 1535-1545, 2006
5972006
How does elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) affect plant–herbivore interactions? A field experiment and meta‐analysis of CO2‐mediated changes on plant chemistry …
P Stiling, T Cornelissen
Global change biology 13 (9), 1823-1842, 2007
4592007
Risks of species introduced for biological control
D Simberloff, P Stiling
Biological conservation 78 (1-2), 185-192, 1996
4041996
The frequency of density dependence in insect host‐parasitoid systems
PD Stiling
Ecology 68 (4), 844-856, 1987
3121987
What makes a successful biocontrol agent? A meta-analysis of biological control agent performance
P Stiling, T Cornelissen
Biological control 34 (3), 236-246, 2005
2822005
Non-additive effects of multiple natural enemies on aphid populations
KI Ferguson, P Stiling
Oecologia 108 (2), 375-379, 1996
2231996
Sex‐biased herbivory: a meta‐analysis of the effects of gender on plant‐herbivore interactions
T Cornelissen, P Stiling
Oikos 111 (3), 488-500, 2005
2222005
Why do natural enemies fail in classical biological control programs?
P Stiling
American Entomologist 39 (1), 31-37, 1993
2131993
Density-dependent processes and key factors in insect populations
P Stiling
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 581-593, 1988
2091988
CO2 Elicits Long-Term Decline in Nitrogen Fixation
BA Hungate, PD Stiling, P Dijkstra, DW Johnson, ME Ketterer, GJ Hymus, ...
Science 304 (5675), 1291-1291, 2004
1852004
Local adaptation and agents of selection in a mobile insect
S Mopper, M Beck, D Simberloff, P Stiling
Evolution 49 (5), 810-815, 1995
1641995
Quality or quantity: the direct and indirect effects of host plants on herbivores and their natural enemies
P Stiling, DC Moon
Oecologia 142 (3), 413-420, 2005
1622005
DECREASED LEAF‐MINER ABUNDANCE IN ELEVATED CO2: REDUCED LEAF QUALITY AND INCREASED PARASITOID ATTACK
P Stiling, AM Rossi, B Hungate, P Dijkstra, CR Hinkle, WM Knott Iii, ...
Ecological Applications 9 (1), 240-244, 1999
1531999
Experimental manipulations of top‐down and bottom‐up factors in a tri‐trophic system
P Stiling, AM Rossi
Ecology 78 (5), 1602-1606, 1997
1491997
The double-edged sword of biological control in conservation and restoration
SM Louda, P Stiling
Conservation Biology 18 (1), 50-53, 2004
1252004
Perfect is best: low leaf fluctuating asymmetry reduces herbivory by leaf miners
T Cornelissen, P Stiling
Oecologia 142 (1), 46-56, 2005
1082005
Elevated atmospheric CO2 lowers herbivore abundance, but increases leaf abscission rates
P Stiling, M Cattell, DC Moon, A Rossi, BA Hungate, G Hymus, B Drake
Global Change Biology 8 (7), 658-667, 2002
1062002
Elevated CO2 lowers relative and absolute herbivore density across all species of a scrub-oak forest
P Stiling, DC Moon, MD Hunter, J Colson, AM Rossi, GJ Hymus, ...
Oecologia 134 (1), 82-87, 2003
1052003
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